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CBS
Jan 2, 2010 8:00am EST
, and that health care bill needs reconciling as the president returns to washington the glow of vacation will quickly fade. >>> osama bin laden has company. a group of influential muslim clerics is revving up young people on the internet and preparing this emfor violence. our expert identifies the most dangerous. >>> baby steps. now, you actually have to start fulfilling those 2010 resolutions and maybe pledge to go run a marathon a day not the best way to do it. we'll tell you how to turn those hopes in to real life progress. >>> and think before you leap. this man for some reason thought it was a good idea to watch into a frozen pond. hopefully that's the worst decision he'll make in the new year nap he just one of the stories under the radar early this saturday morning, january 2nd, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> welcome to "the early show" here on a saturday morning. happy new year. my new year's resolution not to jump on any half frozen lakes half dressed. i'm chris wragge. >> and i'm debbye turner bell. the president's full plate. mr. obama faces several import
CBS
Jan 27, 2010 7:00am EST
morning. i'm harry smith in washington d.c. >> i'm maggie rodriguez in new york. harry, such a crucial speech for the president tonight. >> i know. remember a year ago we were sitting right here overlooking the capitol anticipating the inauguration and talking about the energy in this city. we wonder if this president has in him the ability to readdress the american people tonight and say we want to start over again. we'll find out about the state of the union address in just a little bit. >> but we begin this morning here in new york with that bombshell announcement from the world's number one automaker. toyota has ordered a temporary stop to eight of its models. they won't sell them, they won't even produce them due to safety concerns. susan koeppen is in pittsburgh with all of the details. good morning, susan. >> reporter: good morning, maggie. this is a company that is already reeling from two major recalls involving millions of vehicles including the popular camry. toyota, the world's number one automaker, has been dealing with accelerator problems publicly for months. the first r
CBS
Jan 19, 2010 7:00am EST
's happening in washington. but because of that special race in massachusetts. we will debate the huge implications of that election ahead this morning with both sides. but first, we want to bring you up-to-date on the latest on the disaster in haiti. s if now estimate that had 200,000 people were killed in that earthquake. and 1.5 million are home rs. there are 23 confirmed american deaths now. doctors there are still in desperate need of supplies and they say they're overwhelmed by the number of injured. the u.s. air force air dropped pallets of food and water outside port-au-prince and officials there worked to unplug the airport bolt neck which is a big problem. in the meantime, we're hearing of more incidents of looting. my partner, harry smith, has been in port-au-prince and he joins us this morning. harry, good morning. we're hearing to the conditions -- about the conditions there will worsening. how are people reacting to this? things are not getting better even a week later. >> reporter: it's very interesting. because this is a tale of many cities. and the glaring headline of
CBS
Jan 20, 2010 7:00am EST
changes the power dynamic in washington. republicans are celebrating. democrats are turning on each other. the nation's newest political phenomenon said he was headed to washington with a message for democrats. >> when there's trouble in massachusetts, rest assured there's trouble everywhere and they know it. >> reporter: scott brown, a republican state senator who used a truck to campaign, came on strong in boston's working class suburbs siphoning off union votes the democrat martha coakley had counted on. >> the recession has hit hard in a lot of working class neighborhoods. what were once democratic strong holds were hot beds of discontent here. >> reporter: in coakley's concession speech, she acknowledged she squandered a lead that two weeks ago seemed insurmountable. >> there will be wednesday morning quarterbacking about what happened and what went right and what went wrong. >> reporter: the blame game has already started. she ran a really bad campaign and they didn't ask us for help until it was too late carped one white house official. coakley campaign workers shot back that it wa
CBS
Jan 29, 2010 7:00am EST
employment problem. will it be a monologue or a dialogue? >>> and no debate here. everyone in washington is going to miss zoo favorite dtai shan early this friday morning, to miss zoo favorite dtai shan early this friday morning, january 29th, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> yes, we are happy it's friday. good morning. i'm harry smith. >> and i'm maggie rodriguez. >> do you remember this little panda when it was born at the national zoo, little tai shan? >> i do. >> and people sent in ideas for name the panda. >> why are you talking like that? >> because that's a little panda voice. that's a little cute panda voice. >> is that how you're going to talk to my child? >> that's how i talk to my dog. anyway, panda is getting forward a great adventure and we'll tell you what that's all about. >>> but first from pandas to pandemonium in the nation's midsection. it is a brutal morning in oklahoma and parts of texas where a snow and ice storm has left nearly 150,000 people without power, which means without heat. residents have been told to stay home unless it's absolutely necessary to go out.
CBS
Jan 25, 2010 7:00am EST
democrats' campaign strategy for the 2010 midterm election. plouffe wrote sunday in the "washington post," if democrats do what the american people sent them to washington to do, november will be nothing like the nightmare that talking heads have forecast. a "washington post" poll shows that almost two-thirds of brown voters in massachusetts were upset by the democrats' agenda including health care reform. >> president obama has essentially lost his real political base which is the center. >> reporter: and congressional democrats are feeling the heat. >> i think more than anything, the voters there said get busy in washington, do something about the economy. >> reporter: but the white house insists this won't an ban did not the fight for health care reform. >> he have to 2350i7bd a way to get this done, first of all, because it's the right thing for the country, but politically were we to caulk away now, it would be devastating. >> reporter: white house press secretary robert gibbs was on the defensive blaming the bush administration. >> what we in-hair ritd was an economic situation tha
CBS
Jan 4, 2010 7:00am EST
ready? >> are we all in? >> reporter: one question which has all of washington wondering and which the president will have to xwrap well when he returns later today is will any heads roll for the failure to connect the dots on the in-telling against surrounding the attempted christmas day bombing of that plane in detroit. harry? >> bill plante, thanks so much. one of the issues president obama will also sgu with his advisers tomorrow is how to control the spread of terrorism to yemen. cbs news correspondent elizabeth palmer is in london with more on that growing hot spot. good morning. >> reporter: good morning, harry. indeed a hot spot. ever since it became clear that the failed detroit bomber abdulmutallab got his training and perhaps even his explosives in yemen. in the yemeni capital saana, the u.s. embassy is closed for the second day in a row after a senior white house counterterrorism official said al qaeda may be planning an attack. it wouldn't be the first time. in 2008, 19 people died when the embassy was bombed and rocketed by a group calling itself islamic jihad. and ba
CBS
Jan 6, 2010 7:00am EST
in washington where an angry president obama took 20 of his top security advisers to task yesterday for the failed christmas day terror attack. cbs news chief correspondent chip reid is there this morning with the latest. good morning, chip. >> reporter: good morning, maggie. the president blamed the intelligence community for failing to connect the dots and said he'll do whatever it takes to prevent similar attacks in the future. >> it is increasingly clear that intelligence was not fully analyzed or fully leveraged. that's not acceptable. i will not tollerate it. >> reporter: in the meeting, the agency leaders took responsibility for their department's failures and told the president what steps they would take to improve security. >> time and again we learned that quickly piecing together information and taking swift action is critical to staying one step ahead of a nimble adversary. we have to do better. we will do better. >> reporter: security changes already announced include enhanced security checks. the president says there will be an increased focus on r
CBS
Jan 8, 2010 7:00am EST
this morning from washington. good morning. gr good morning. >> give me your reaction to the president's comments yesterday. >> well, i think it was good that he dealt with this so quickly, that they came up with this preliminary report so fast and that they've taken responsibility. i think as was suggested by one of the earlier speakers, he's certainly moving comfortably into his commander in chief role. so i think they've handled this situation well. clearly something went seriously wrong in not getting this individual on the watch list that would have prevented him from getting on that aircraft. >> so much has been said since christmas day about connecting the dots. the president said it depend yesterday. you lived in the reality of this business. should we think that those do it ts were connectible? >> that's a really great question. and i still -- i'm thinking hard about that one because they talk about it might have prevented this plot from unfolding. it could have disrupted it. but these were frag men taker pieces of information. if we did not have the entire narrative of some k
CBS
Jan 26, 2010 7:00am EST
to start in washington where president obama will try and calm voter anger during tomorrow's state of the union address. he'll announce plans to cut the growing federal deficit and help the struggling middle class. cbs news senior white house correspondent bill plante as more. >> reporter: good morning. the state of the union address isn't until tomorrow, of course, but the president has been busy for several days spreading his message of fiscal responsibility and the message that he understands the frustrations of middle class americans. >> the middle class has been under assault for a long time. >> reporter: mr. obama unveiled proposals pie the task force on middle class families. including an increase in the child care tax credit to 35% from 20% for families making under $85,000 a year, an increase of $1.6 billion to help working parents pay for child care covering 235,000 more kids, a cap on college loan repayments at 10% of the borrower's income over basic needs, adding $100 million to help people care for elderly parents, and requiring employers who don't offer 401(k) plans t
CBS
Jan 21, 2010 7:00am EST
changes expect tagss in washington. we'll talk exclusively to senator john mccain about the new world order on capitol hill. >>> the golden state turns muddy as powerful storms rock the california coast. thousands are evacuated while authorities guard against massive mudslides. we'll bring you the et latest. >>> tiger woods reportedly caught on tape outside a clinic for sex addiction. what kind of treatment might he be receiving? we'll find out. >>> and conan o'brien, seals a deal overnight with nbc to give up "the tonight show." >> sorry if i'm a little late. i had a job interview at lady foot locker. >> we'll tell you what he's saying about his exit early this thursday morning january 21st, saying about his exit early this thursday morning january 21st, 010. captioning funded by cbs 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> i'm harry smith. >> and i'm maggie rodriguez here in new york. harry just back from haiti. how does it feel? i bet it's a bit odd to be back with all these comforts. >> total culture shock because hours ago, yesterday, we were still on the ground in haiti. and by supper
CBS
Jan 12, 2010 7:00am EST
's comments. cbs news congress at correspondent nancy cordes is in washington with more. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. and the president needs senate majority leader harry reid working at full steam if he wants to pass a health care bill quickly and try to bring those numbers back up. that's one of the reasons that he's giving the leader some very high profile. >> this is a good man who 45s always baby on the right side. >> reporter: president obama made it clear he's standing by senate majority leertd harry reid. >> for him to have used some in-artful language in trying to praise me and for people to try to make hay out of that makes absolutely no sense. >> reporter: a host of african-american leaders have rallied to reid's defense, as well arguing that despite his poor choice of words, reid was unfortunately correct when he told the authors of the new book "game change" back in 2008 that barack obama had a real shot at the presidency because he was a, quote, light-skinned african-american with no negro dialect unless he wanted to have one. >> i've a
CBS
Jan 28, 2010 7:00am EST
at the white house. thanks. >>> vipd joe biden joins us now from his official recent tense in washington. mr. vice president, good morning. >> good morning, harry, how with are you you? >> i'm well. we listened with interest to the state of the union address last night.headline on the front of "usa today" says we face a deficit of trust. a deficit of trust. who do you think is most responsible for that deficit of trust, mr. vice president? >> i think all the institutions are responsible for the deficit of trust. the fact of the matter is it's not new. but it's it is appointing that faced with the kind of crisis we are faced with last january as we came into office there want more coming together. it's it is tit is disappointingd republicans deciding that they're going to ob vukt, requiring 60 votes on every single thing that's out there. basically every important initiative that's a supermajority. i don't recall that happening before. and it appears as though there is a sense that the only way they can win is if, quote, we lose. but the country's losing in the meantime. so i think it -- but
CBS
Jan 5, 2010 7:00am EST
it self out. >>> let's go russ mitchell. >> in a brightish courtroom, irving washington pleaded guilty to having three times the legal alcohol limit to fly a plane. he was supposed to fly united airlines fly out of heathrow airport. he was released and will be sentence order february 5th. >>> the suicide bomber who killed seven cia employees last week was an al qaeda double agent. the bomber was a jor dane yap doctor. he was recruitsed by jordanian intelligence officers who thought he would infiltrate al qaeda. he was allowed on base without being searched claiming to have information about osama bin laden's second in command. >>> and it turns out there was a third gate crasher at november's state dinner at the white house. he is identified as washington party promoter carlos allen by the "washington post." allen did not have an invitation but got in with a group of indian businessmen brought into the officer by the state department. >> there was a group that was under our responsibility that went from a local hotel to the white house and there was a person who was not authorized to be
CBS
Jan 22, 2010 7:00am EST
you the latest on the mess in the west. >>> as the gop's newest star arrives in washington, democrats worry the health care reform plan could be dead on arrival. ? i don't think it's possible to pass the senate bill in the house. >> we'll ask former party chairman howard dean what's next. >>> after first denying it, john edwards finally admits he is the father of his ex-high school stress's baby, but his troubles may not end there. we'll tell you why he could find himself in even more hot water. >>> and toyota recalls 2 million more cars saying the accelerators can get stug. we'll tell you what you naed to know to stay safe. early this friday morning, know to stay safe. early this friday morning, january 22nd, 2010. captioning funded by cbs >>> finally friday. good morning,everyone. and welcome to "the early show." i'm maggie rodriguez. >> you seem especially enthusiastic about this day of the week. >> i got some between news yesterday. i'm having a boy! so, yeah, i'm sorry, i can't wipe the smile off my face. because we already have a girl. >> that's good news. congratulations. i'm h
CBS
Jan 1, 2010 7:00am EST
is expected to be president obama's at the top of his agenda next week when he returns to washington from vacation. mr. obama is viewing preliminary reports on ways to fix failures. >>> charges against five plaquewater security guards accused of killing 14 iraqi civilians have been dropped. the federal judge cited repeated missteps by the justice department. >>> and the 121st tournament of roses parade gets under way today. volunteers were busy all night putting the finishing touches on the spectacular flower covered coats. >>> checking tooled's weather, snow showers will be scattered across interior sections of the northeast. new england will see heavy snow and howling winds over the weekend, and it will be blustery across the plains and the upper midwest. now here's an early look at what's going on in your area. >> and that's a look at your latest weather. now back to harry. >>> this past year was historic. it was america's first year with an african-american president. last january, as barack obama was sworn in we went down to the national mall in washington to meet
CBS
Jan 7, 2010 7:00am EST
with very distinguished company this morning. >> a frozen treat. >> washington, jefferson, roosevelt, lincoln behind him and dave who is unrecognizable because for good reason, he is all covered pup p 11 below zero out there at mt. rushmore. this is a serious chill that is now extending way too long causing too many deaths and affecting places where we don't normally see this sort weather sorkts dave will fill us in on what's going on. >>> and later on we'll check in with danny lipford who is down in mobile alabama where it's going to go in to the 20s. >>> first, though, let get to the latest news, this missed opportunity to stop the flight 253, the bombing suspect that so nearly took down that airplane over detroit. the preliminary report on the failed christmas day bombing is about to be made public and cbs news senior white house correspondent bill plante as the very latest. good morning, bill. >> reporter: good morning. white house sources say that we should expect the report to be very blunt about the reasons behind the failure to stop the bombing attempt by umar farouk abdulmut
CBS
Jan 15, 2010 7:00am EST
a washington, d.c. trial for high ranking al qaeda terror suspect. he's hambali is suspected of bombing a night club. he was captured in 2003 and moved to guantanamo bay three years later. >>> president obama and congressional leaders are closing if on a final deal in health care reform. in a marathon of negotiations, they followed up on yesterday's break through agreement for taxing high end insurance plans. today they ran a time table for final pass allege of the legislation. >>> many republican s >>> the president wants the nation's biggest 50 huangs to pay up to $117 billion to pay back taxpayers. >> if these companies are in good enough shape to avoid massive bonuses, they are surely in good enough shape to afford paying back every penny to taxpayers. >> and some firms who have to pay the fees even though they did not accept taxpayer assistance. >>> good-bye conan, here's jay. unconfirmed reports say that conan o'brien will walk away from cbs with a huge and i say huge buyout. he refused to host "the tonight show" at 12:05 a.m. jay leno will reclaim his old
CBS
Jan 18, 2010 7:00am EST
here in massachusetts, but the people in washington, that they're tired and we're tired of business as usual in washington. >> reporter: if coakley loses had race, democrats will lose their supermajority in the senate. meaning they won't be able to pass democratic priorities like health care reform unless they can convince a few republicans to vote with them. >> it would be just the late nest a latest in a series of eyebrowing that the public is tired of the show in washington. >> reporter: many political analysts expect this race to hinge on turnout, statewide registered democrats outnumber republicans three to one. but 51% consider themselves independent and they are the ones, maggie, who will decide this race. >> i think it's important to point out that rps haven't won a senate seat in that state since 1972. is the consensus that this is more scott brown's rise is more about a feeling of going against president obama or is it an attack on how coakley has run her campaign? >> reporter: well, i think those two are related. there's a sense here that the coakley campaign sort of took
CBS
Jan 30, 2010 8:00am EST
to energysavers.gov but you can buy an energy star rated washingtoning machine and get a rebate on your taxes. >> i love that. >> you can get a machine that's high efficiency and you have an old machine, it may not be washing your clothes well enough and it's time to get it replaced. >> so there really is a lot to do with the. not just the detergent. >> if you have a terrible machine, it doesn't matter what you put in it. >> let's talk about what we do put in it. how much your is key. >> we're used to like taking this big jug of detergent and fill up the cap. you can't even see where to put it. when you use too much you're thinking i'm getting the clothes cleanier. you're actually getting them dirtier because it leaves a film behind. so if there's too much deter gent, smell gent smell the inside. a simple way to clean it run an empty cycle without any clothes and put about two cups of white vinegar through it. >> should you do this anyway every so often? >> do i it about four times a year. but just base it like if it smells funny, use the vinegar trip. sgr and also follow
CBS
Jan 13, 2010 7:00am EST
, >>> as we continue our coverage this morning of the earthquake in haiti, joining us from washington is haiti's ambassador to the united states, raymond alcide joseph. mr. ambassador, good morning. >> good morning, sir. thank you for having me on. >> yeah, we so appreciate you taking the time to speak with us. can you tell us, do you have a better understanding this morning of the extent of the devastation? >> well, so far i have not been able to talk to anyone this morning. but i'm quite sure later this morning, as we have daylight, we can assess what has happened, i'm quite sure i'll be able to tell you more. what the only thing i can say is what i was told last night by the first lady through the consulate jugeneral in miami is that the president is fine, so is the first lady, as were most government employees because they were out of government buildings by the time the quake hit. it hit around ten minutes to 5:00 and most people were out. and then it was an hour later that darkness came and they could not assess the damage. >> right. as you have been communicating with the united states
CBS
Jan 9, 2010 8:00am EST
legal correspondent january dr crawfo engines us frjoins us from washington. how easy or difficult is this case to prosecute? >> this is what they say in the nba a slm dunk. think about it. this guy tried to blow up a jetliner with dozens of people around watching. he was picked up with all the evidence right there in his underwear. he made statements as just mentioned posting that he was part of this bigger group, there are 20 other men who are going to try to do the same thing. so you can say like the lawyer did that this is an not an easy case to defend because we're at war. ic could you say this is not an easy case to defend because the evidence is just overwhelming. and that's why i don't think we should be too surprised to see him change at some point down the line that not guilty plea that we saw yesterday to guilty plea as his trial gets closer. and of course that's happened in cases like this before. >> let's talk about that because the judge entered is the not guilty plea for him. he was not veryalkative in court. do we have rope to believe he may talk more, certainly oth
CBS
Jan 23, 2010 8:00am EST
washington bureau with the latest. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. >> so tell us why then are we raising this threat level, what prompted it in the uk? >> reporter: essentially the move by british officials yesterday to raise the terror threat level mirrors the security changes that the u.s. has imposed since that attempted christmas day bombing of northwest flight 253. beginning now in london airline passengers are facing more rigorous screening especially for explosives. officials are concerned about persistent streams of intelligence indicating that al qaeda in the arabian peninsula continues to train sued side bombers and plans new attacks against western targets. they say the chatter level is high and terror operatives recently arrested have spoken in general terms about some kind of plot involving airplanes originating out of england. but this is important to stress that we know of no specific information right now that any kind of attack is imminent either in the uk or the u.s. it is true that more and more people around the world are being stopped
CBS
Jan 16, 2010 8:14am EST
the white house frrks nip in washington at this point? >> no, i haven't. no, i haven't. we just really, really are in so much pain because we're helpless, we can't do anything. if we could do something, if we could fly down there -- i own a construction company. i'd bring my equipment. whatever i had to do. we want our daughter. >> i know you have the support of a nation right now, so many people want nothing more than good news for you, for your family, for the families of thosother students and folks who are missing at this point in haiti. how do you keep going? this is day four. how do you keep that hope alive? >> we're very fortunate. we have a strong faith. we have each other. we have extended family. we have incredible friends. our little town of rutland, mass last night held a vigil for our brit. and from what i heard, about 1100 people showed up. we're not giving up. we're from new england. we're strong. we believed in the boston red sox. no one thought they could win. we leave that brittany will be coming home. so we're strong people and we just -- we're going and we're just g
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